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Lazy Sunday...last full day in Paris!

A travel blog entry by outoftheoffice

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... was perfect, Kaelyn had a salad and wasn't sure what kind of meat would appear (she was just hoping it wasn't duck...it turned out to be tuna), Alyssa had a shrimp cocktail that turned into baby shrimp over sliced avocado, tomatoes and an odd orange dressing and mom ordered a steak that turned out to be seasoned raw beef. Everyone but Alyssa enjoyed their meals, so Alyssa got an extra order of mashed potatoes, just to ...

Paris Day Two

A travel blog entry by steph_james

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... friendly and around our age. Lots of couples, mainly from New Zealand and Australia, with a few others from Canada and a brother- sister from Germany who we went out with for a few beers last night. After having a few days of traveling by ourselves it is nice to have someone looking after us and driving us here and there. After a nice French meal with the group and a chance to try escargot, we went on a nighttime driving tour of the city. It was very ...

Tamsins night out

A travel blog entry by brontecurrie

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Saturday afternoon Tamsin headed over to mine after buying dinner, chocolate and wine! We then had dinner at mine before Anni Clare Melanie and Lavina joined us for some wine, lots of talking and some rounds of spoons (tounges) the card game on my bed that I newly renovated to an almost single bed and a half! We then headed to the train that we caught to Saint Lazare. From there the metro to grande boulevard, where we went to the cafe oz (that actually had about a 20 minute line out ...

Day 88 - Disneyland

A travel blog entry by hudomagerstein

Woke up and caught and early train to Disneyland. Once there we went to Walt Disney Studios, and we went in and went straight to Cinemagique, a movie that brings Disney movies to life. After this we went to the Action Stunt Show, which had Lightning McQueen. Then we began the rides, first was the Rock 'n' Roller Coaster with Aerosmith. Then we went ...

A Moveable Feast

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97

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... based on the Old Testament, but there are also a number of sculptures including a couple of bronze versions of the melting watch made famous in his painting The Persistence of Memory. There’s a plaster reconstruction of the chapel of St Pierre’s church (the same one I visited yesterday) which is used as a proscenium arch for one of Dali’s films. Entry cost is 11 euros and the signs are in French and English. You exit thought the gift shop, where ...

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